Mazatlan Mayor supports removing the mandatory use of the face mask


The mayor of Mazatlan assured that they will follow the same sanitary protocols for Easter, where they will once again be very strict with businesses in terms of measures.

Mazatlan. Sinaloa-. The mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres , supported Governor Rubén Rocha Moya’s proposal to remove the mandatory use of face masks.

He acknowledged that it is very tiring and annoying for him to wear it, especially in public places, where he has to take it off.

“If that happens, I’m going to thank God, because they don’t know how difficult it is for me to wear a face mask, because of my age ,” said the mayor.

However, he indicated that for the moment they will follow the Covid-19 protocols for Easter, where they will again be very strict with businessmen.

“We are being strict with all entertainment businessmen, restaurants, bars, very strict, we are going to continue fining and closing businesses that do not want to pull,” he said.

And when commenting on his meeting with the new Mexican ambassador to Spain, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, this Monday morning, the Municipal President stressed that with the capacity of the Mazatlan, he will help the country a lot in the face of the political situation that is being experienced with that European country.

He recalled that they had already asked the former governor of Sinaloa to promote European and business tourism and all kinds.

He assured that he is convinced that a window of opportunity is opening for Mazatlán, since tourism is perceiving the transformation of the port.


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